The Compensation Analyst will work as part of the Compensation and
HR Services team provide analytical and processing support for
Human Resource compensation actions, including position
classification, pay/market analysis, survey responses,
organizational review, and HR Information System data auditing. The
Compensation Analyst will also work directly with colleagues of all
levels to provide information, guidance and support on Compensation
processes, workflows, and data to help departments accomplish
position creations, reclassifications, promotions, reorganizations,
and market/equity studies.
This position reports to the Director of Compensation & HR
Services, and is part of the Total Rewards and Service Delivery
Please note that this is one year, limited-term position.
Position Type/Expected Hours of Work
- Compensation Administration: Using compensation policies and
procedures, provides guidance to representatives across the
university on appropriate job leveling, FLSA classifications, AAP
codes, and pay bands for new position creation and existing
position modification for staff positions. Works with existing
workflows to review position descriptions for appropriate language,
titling, and minimum qualifications in preparation for job postings
and reclassifications. Provides assistance to HR representatives
across all schools in the creation/drafting of job descriptions
based off of unit requirements as needed.
- Analytical Support: Works in partnership with the Compensation
team on position reviews, including individual position assessments
and/or full department/unit reviews. Will assess job
classification, equity analysis, market analysis, and
organizational analysis. Work with part-time Compensation Assistant
to respond to professional salary surveys as requested.
- Project Support: Participates on cross functional Human
Resources working groups on various projects, such as Compensation
Management training, audits, reporting, process improvement and
- Other duties as appropriately assigned.
Required Education and Experience
- 35 hours per week
Additional Eligibility Qualifications
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent
- 3-5 years of relevant experience
- Experience in higher education strongly preferred.
- Experience working with colleagues at all levels with a
customer focused minadset.
- Experience with high volume compensation action/position
- Hiring offers for this position are contingent on successful
completion of a background check.
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